Liquor Barn Income Fund

LBN.UN-T

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Analysis and Opinions about LBN.UN-T

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COMMENT
May 25, 2007
Possible acquisition by Liquor Stores Income Fund (LIQ.UN-T). Lost money in the 1st quarter. Liquor Stores will create better margins.
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Possible acquisition by Liquor Stores Income Fund (LIQ.UN-T). Lost money in the 1st quarter. Liquor Stores will create better margins.
WAIT
WAIT
March 12, 2007
Perfect model for a trust. Located in the best part of the country, Alberta. Has come off quite a bit. Would wait until after the budget later this month.
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Perfect model for a trust. Located in the best part of the country, Alberta. Has come off quite a bit. Would wait until after the budget later this month.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
November 17, 2006
This was a business that depended on the high valuation that they got as an income trust. Not only will they be taxed with no shield, but the ability to make acquisitions has been reduced.
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This was a business that depended on the high valuation that they got as an income trust. Not only will they be taxed with no shield, but the ability to make acquisitions has been reduced.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
November 16, 2006
Because of the change of income tax on trusts, they can no longer make acquisitions, so the multiple will shrink over time.
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Because of the change of income tax on trusts, they can no longer make acquisitions, so the multiple will shrink over time.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
September 7, 2006
This sector has very low yield. Valuations are pretty high. Competition from a similar company. Growth by acquisition.
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This sector has very low yield. Valuations are pretty high. Competition from a similar company. Growth by acquisition.
WEAK BUY
WEAK BUY
August 11, 2006
Has about 60 stores in Alberta and British Columbia. Prefers Liquor Stores Income Fund (LIQ.UN-T), which is larger. They expect to grow through accretive acquisitions. Still in the process of integrating 8 companies.
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Has about 60 stores in Alberta and British Columbia. Prefers Liquor Stores Income Fund (LIQ.UN-T), which is larger. They expect to grow through accretive acquisitions. Still in the process of integrating 8 companies.
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